#3: Community good

Even though we may be small, our operations and decisions can have a direct impact on our immediate (and extended) communities. So we strive, at all times, to enrich the community in which we operate.

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5 small steps to becoming a more conscious business

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5 bigger steps to becoming a more conscious business

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We became a B Corp to audit our ethics

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Thinking of becoming a B Corp? Here’s how we did it

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Switching to an ethical bank

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2019 Annual Impact report

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Useful documents and templates. Some were made by us, others were given.

Please use, modify and share!

B Corp Pitch

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B Corp FAQs

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Our Company Constitution

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Code of Ethics

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Privacy Policy

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Hazardous Waste

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Sourcing Good Suppliers

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Preferred
Supplier List

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Client Survey

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Shout out to ffutures for sharing and helping along the way.

Over the course of the year, we reached

120,00

people with our content on business for good

4,416

visitors to our website
(small but mighty)

500,000

people on LinkedIn and Facebook

For us, community starts with our suppliers and partners.

Wherever possible, we use local (to us!) service providers and we do our best to work with businesses that are owned and run by under-represented groups in the business space.

We also do what we can to utilise and work with B Corps (and B Corp-aspirational) companies.

We’re proud to bank with Bank Australia – Australia’s leading responsible bank – for our business (and personal) banking, and use Verve Super for our superannuation.

We collaborated on projects with…

GMG - Digital
Paper Giant - User Experience Design
Shadow Boxer - Branding
James Cook - Branding & Design
Katie Ford - Illustration & Design
Compass - PR
Fancy Films - Video & Content
Hot Glue - Creative & Media
Calibre 9 - SEO
Wesley Roddericks - Shopify
Ashe Davenport, Copy Kitty - Copywriter
Good & Proper - Copywriting & Comms

… bought from suppliers owned local or by diverse groups

Acre Eatery Restaurant
Alton Goods
B Lab Australia & New Zealand
Bridge Road Brewers
Canva
Copy Kitty
DigitalPigeon
Dot Advisory
Ecologi
Engine House

Fancy Films
Flora & Fauna
Goodtel
Humanitix
James Cook
Jenny Burke Florist
Julia Bee Chua
Katie Ford
Kester Black
Luna
LVLY
The Hub

Mabu Mabu
Nikki Stefanoff
OzMobiles
Roasting Warehouse
Scorptec
Shadowboxer
The Voices Of Movement
Unico Zelo
Whole Kids
Xero Australia

And personally we bought from…

Fashion, home & beauty

Patagonia
A.BCH
Boody
Bellroy
Bumi Organic linen
TOMS shoes
Kester Black
Thankyou
Tri Nature
Koala Eco
Green & Kind
Zero Co

Food and drink

Jasper Coffee
Pukka Tea, T2 & Love Tea
Uniquo wine
Stone & Wood
Free to Feed
Hey Tiger & Alter Eco chocolate
Victoria’s Farmers Markets

Marketplaces

Facebook Marketplace
Flora and fauna
Biome 

Services

Powershop
Goodtel
Bank Australia
Verve
Go Neutral
Print Together

Baby stuff

One Eco Step
Pure Baby 
Eco Naps &Baby Bee Hinds
Grovia Cheeky cloth wipes 
Good Bubs 
Whole Kids

"Harvey’s process formed the foundation for our research into building an ethics framework of our own, which we started implementing and iterating in early 2021"

- Tess Guthrie (CEO/Founder of WhyHive)

The 6 areas of
this report

Let’s take a look back at the year that was (before wrapping up with some of our goals and intention-setting for 2021). To keep things simple, we’ve broken this report up into six parts, that speak to six areas that were particularly important to us this part year:

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